Family says pregnant woman who disappeared on day of C-section no longer expecting baby

SALISBURY, N.C. -- Carrie Bradshaw-Crowther, the missing pregnant woman from Salisbury who was located in Boone on Monday, is no longer expected to give birth, her family said.

"Unfortunately, we no longer expect a new addition to the family," Bradshaw-Crowther's brother told WSOC on Tuesday.

Bradshaw-Crowther, 49, was scheduled to have a C-section last Tuesday, June 2, but mysteriously disappeared. On June 3, she was spotted at a gas station in Statesville.

A search was launched to locate the missing woman that spanned multiple states, according to WSOC.

On Monday, she was located in Boone after she used an ATM card at a CVS store.

The Watauga County hospital she was taken to Monday said she was discharged Tuesday. Her brother told WSOC his sister was admitted to a second hospital but he did not say which one.

Her brother did not comment further on why Bradshaw-Crowther is no longer expected to give birth.